The Joint Strike Fighter has finally made it to Australian soil.

Two major Australian IT providers are looking at a merger.

There is concern this week about multi-billion-dollar payments for Telstra to provide phone services to the bush.

Australian engineers have built an advanced microscope that can film neurons firing in living animals.

The insurance industry has become the latest to start using drones.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) says Australia should get into carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

Taxi drivers are slowing traffic across Melbourne to protest industry reforms.

The Federal Government’s new budget management system will not be ready by the time the budget is unveiled.

Australian scientists have come up with a new way to spin carbon fibre.

Google is looking to hire Australia's best and brightest hackers.

The Federal Government has launched a widespread review of its major IT projects, after a string of very public failures.

Telstra has had its worst day in more than six years, losing over $4 billion in value.

A new idea could bring nuclear fusion power even closer.

Another SpaceX Falcon rocket is on its way to the International Space Station.

Australian engineers are working on a way to manipulate liquid metal to build circuits just a few atoms thick.

Australia has been ranked 15th out of 115 countries for energy access, energy efficiency and renewable energy in a new World Bank report.

Scientists have captured the very early stages of a supernova; the violent explosion of a star in a nearby galaxy.

It is slow going at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, where high levels of radiation continue to hamper efforts.

The Department of Human Services (DHS) is refusing to give up details of its ‘robo-debt’ scheme.

Sydney tech boss Andrew Sigalla has been sentenced to ten years in jail.

The ACCC says 80 per cent of consumers are confused about broadband speed information.

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Rates of autism diagnosis have increased 20 fold over the last 30 years, and no, it’s not because of vaccines.

NASA has sent a robot into space that will hitchhike through the Solar System on the back of an asteroid.

I went to a science talk looking for controversy but all I found was science.

‘Ninety-seven per cent of climate experts agree humans are causing global warming’ – a statement about agreement that not everyone agrees on.

There is excitement in the world of astronomy, with suggestions our solar system could contain a never-before-seen planet.

Researchers say they have evidence that an object about ten times the mass of Earth has been hiding in the outer solar system.

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